18 Years Ago...
At the Center for Fathers & Families
18 years ago at the Center for Fathers and Families, we began our Daddy's Here fatherhood support program. This photo is from our very first gathering in the park with single fathers and children. Two of the fathers have gone on to heaven and three of the fathers are still with the program. There is so much strength, love, bonding, and success in this photo. #daddyshere #Dadicated #fatherhood #dadsmatter
Our parenting classes cover a wide variety of topics designed to enhance your already in place parenting skills: recognizing your parenting style, setting boundaries, anger management, developmental stages of childhood/adolescences, and stages of discipline, self-esteem, family conflict, communication and how to discuss sensitive topics with your children. We include an extensive section on process and stages of divorce/break ups and how to design a successful co-parenting plan.
We have started two new support groups at the Center for Fathers and Families.
Dealing with Teenagers and Being a Mom.
If you are interested and want to sign-up call Ms. Maia at (916) 568-3237.
Daddy’s Here Parenting Class/Support Group
Court and CPS approved. Offers attorney provided legal advice, child
support assistance, domestic violence education, child protective
services information, and is a bonding group for fathers/men in which
participants are encouraged and inspired to be the best father and man
they can possibly be.
Participants also learn advanced parenting skills that will enhance
their relationships with their child/children. There are many benefits
to attending Daddy’s Here, including outings and activities.
$10 per session or $100 for 12 session paid in advance. Sessions take
place each Thursday from 7-8:30pm on Zoom. To sign up, call the office
at (916) 568-3237 and ask for Terry Moore or Ms. Maia.
Taming Your Temper
Court and CPS approved. Develop skills to stay calm in high energy and challenging situations. Learn how to deflect negativity and also to become more assertive instead of aggressive. This class will help participants deal with people who know how to push buttons to alter personalities. Road rage, relationship issues, dealing with the boss – any challenges that could make you lose control can be easily managed. These sessions will also help manage stress, which will help participants be the best person they can be. $25 per session or $250 for 12 sessions paid in advance. Course material cost is $35. Classes held Tuesdays, 4 pm.
Court and CPS approved. These sessions help participants focus on the best interests of their child/children and increase their communication and functioning abilities with their co-parent. Learn more effective ways to get your point across and develop more patience and understanding in conversations to make life easier and more enjoyable for the children. Co-parenting does not have to be a battle. Find peace in moving forward. $10 per session or $100 for 12 sessions paid in advance. Classes held Tuesdays at 5:00 pm.
Court and CPS approved. Children do not come with instruction manuals. These sessions will help participants learn the stages children go through and how to navigate them. Learn about low and no cost activities to enjoy with your children, how to “speak their language,” support them in the way that matters the most to them, and to become the nurturing the parent they need. $10 per session or $100 for 12 sessions paid in advance. Classes held Tuesdays at 4-5pm.
Father support group helping men become better fathers by learning from one another in a group setting. Classes held Thursdays at 7pm.
Private individual, one-on-one classes are available upon request for a fee of $25 per class.
One-on-one sessions differ from classes because participants receive relationship advice, life skills training, court document preparation help, family reunification assistance and parenting advice. These sessions offer flexibility to meet participants’ individual needs beyond the topics mentioned above. Clients set the agenda. Cost is $25 per session.
All classes are offered at Center for Fathers and Families, located at 920 Del Paso Boulevard, Sacramento. For more information about our adult services, please contact Terry Moore at 916-568-3237 x210 or email@example.com.
Center for Fathers and Families is continually partnering organizations to benefit the community. One partner, AT&T, offers low cost internet service to qualifying households. To learn more, click here:
Drug testing facilities at Center for Fathers and Families provide a fast, accurate service to individuals in need of a drug screen.
$25 for walk-ins per test Testing by Appointment Only with same day appointments may be available.
$35 for Court Ordered tests.
Pricing for businesses or organizations may vary.
We offer a urine drug screen full panel assay for:
Creatinine Validity Test
Other drugs on request
Parent Co-Parenting Support, Taming your Temper, One on One Sessions, Court & CPS Approved.
Upcoming Parent Events
Be sure to check in periodically for upcoming events and new event announcements.